The dry farming collaborative at Oregon State University will convene on Feb. 8 to discuss dry farming techniques and the results from trials using the method. Dry farming is a technique that relies on moisture stored in soil during a rainy season to produce crops during a dry season. We learn more about how dry farming is used in western Oregon from Amy Garrett, the board president of the Dry Farming Institute and Lucas Nebert, a research associate at OSU
Given the aftermath of the last few years, I'd say that many of us have Dry Jan sitting pretty high up on our new year's resolutions lists. But WAIT - before you empty those glasses COMPLETELY, I want to share an alternative approach to Dry Jan. Not to be discouraging, but research shows that ⅓ of people who attempt Dry Jan fail to make it the whole month. Instead of going ‘Dry' this year - there is a new movement called going ‘Damp'. Listen to this episode to find out what it means to be 'Damp' and how to be it. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a water drop emoji in the comments of our IG post! __________________________________________ Host: Janet Wang Editor: Victoria Cheng __________________________________________ P A R T N E R S • Peloton: Get 30 days of Free Classes on the App - Learn more at onepeloton.com __________________________________________ C O N N E C T W I T H U S • Subscribe and Follow us @asianbossgirl on Apple Podcasts/Spotify/Amazon Music/YouTube/Instagram/Twitter/Facebook • Listener Survey: Let us know your thoughts on the podcast here • Shoutouts: Give a shoutout on the podcast here • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org __________________________________________ S U P P O R T U S • Merch: asianbossgirl.myshopify.com • Donate: anchor.fm/asianbossgirl/support • More about us at asianbossgirl.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dry January? What's up with that?And on another note, Nicolette Niman, the author of DEFENDING BEEF.We're Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough. We've written three dozen cookbooks. This is our podcast about food and cooking, in which we banter about the latest food topics and interview some of the top food leaders of our day.Join us for this episode of COOKING WITH BRUCE & MARK to find out the latest. Here are the segments of this episode:[01:09] Our thoughts on dry January--what is it, why is it, and what's the problem?[13:51] Our one-minute cooking tip: Pull out your waffle iron.[15:14] Bruce interviews rancher and food advocate Nicolette Hahn Niman about her book DEFENDING BEEF.[39:18] What's making us happy in food this week? Sumo oranges and Sri Lankan curry![00:00:00] Bruce: Hey, I am Bruce Weinstein and this is the Podcast Cooking with Bruce and Mark. [00:00:05] Mark: And I'm Mark Scarborough. And together with Bruce, uh, we have written, you hear this all the time, probably three dozen cookbooks. I don't know a lot, including the Instant Pot Bible and the Essential Air Fryer Cookbook, uh, book written so that every single recipe is sized out. Either appliance in the Instant Pot Bible, every recipe is sized out for every size of Instant Pot. And in the Essential Air Fryer Cookbook, every recipe is sized out for every size of air fryer on the,[00:00:39] Bruce: we love air fryers, we love air fryers,[00:00:42] Mark: uh, we love all these appliance gadgets apparently, but we're not talking about any of that really.Mm-hmm. . Podcast, although we are talking about a gadget, which is coming up , we're gonna actually talk about this concept of dry January and how it started and what's going on with it. We got our one minute cooking dip. We have a great interview coming up and we're gonna talk about what's making us happy in. Food this week. So let's get started.[00:01:09] Bruce: Dry January. Well, the concept originated in the UK in 2013 and it's, [00:01:14] Mark: how couldn't the people who invented gin invent dry January? That doesn't make any sick. [00:01:19] Bruce: Yeah, these are all the people that invented warm beer.[00:01:21] Mark: So, you know, that's fighting words with the Danes and the regions and who invented gin Them are fighting words. Okay. [00:01:28] Bruce: But the, but they did invent warm beer and so that's disgust. So a nonprofit in the,[00:01:33] Mark: I'm gonna tell you that that's fighting words with the Germans, but go on , [00:01:37] Bruce: a nonprofit in the UK called Alcohol Change UK started the concept of dry January in 2013 with a goal of raising money. And I'm not sure how dry January and raising money happened, but that was a, you probably had to sign into something, but they did it to raise money for alcohol abuse awareness and treatment of. Very good cause. [00:01:59] Mark: Yeah. And a lot of people choose to take part in Dry in January as way to simply drink less or reset for a month or two after all the holidays. And let me tell you, oh, I know the holidays, [00:02:07] Bruce: man. [00:02:07] Mark: Oh man. Let me tell you that I drank like a fish over the holidays with Bruce's family and my family. I mean, Bruce says that one point that. Uh, my brother-in-law and I, Bruce's sister's husband and I, at one point we were just like two drunk old men in a bar sitting at a table saying, oh, I have another glass. [00:02:23] Bruce: You were was, and then we came home for New Year's Eve and we drank. We were with friends and all of us drank a case of champagne, which was really
Welcome Friend! I love love love to talk about all things natural, homemade, and living a simplified life, so today, I wanted to talk about what exactly homesteading is because there seems to be so many different ideas. Homesteading is a lifestyle of self-sufficiency, so homesteading life for each of us can be so very different, so now you know why people have so many different thoughts about it!! You can live in an apartment, city, or in the middle of nowhere and you can still homestead no matter what your situation is. You can live a simple life with little money, so if this homesteading lifestyle is something you dream of, why not get started now? If you live in an apartment or the thought of homesteading overwhelms you, begin your homesteading journey by learning simple ways to prepare and preserve food. If you don't know where to start, I suggest you start by replacing foods you buy at the store that you can make. Honestly, if you are worried about homesteading and working full time, the things that I suggest you learn first are super simple and not time consuming at all! Dry mixes, cream soups, and breads are a fabulous place to start, but honestly the possibilities are endless as to what you can do to become more self-sufficient!! Homesteading can actually save you alot of money when you start switching out homemade food for convenient foods, and it is alot healthier. Something else you can do is try to grow some garden plants indoors - start small and this will give you encouragement to possible someday have a bigger scale garden. I enjoy gardening, but many years the weeds have taken over, and it wasn't good, but we do have a simple solution now with a method that automatically waters and I have very little weeds to pull, but I had much trial and error over the years. Some plants I can grow really well, and some plants I can't and sometimes it will depend on the year, so please please please do not get discouraged, use it as a learning lesson. One lesson I learned a few years ago is that we will never use horse poop as fertilizer-we had weeds and thistles take over and it was out of control. If you live in the city and want to start with animals, find out if you are allowed to have backyard chickens! They are a really easy way to start with animals and produce your own food. We have about 25 free range chickens and I almost feel like I need to hide my eggs with the price of them right now! We just raised our price at the beginning of the year and we are still cheaper than the store- fresh homegrown is the only way to go! Chickens are such an easy animal to begin with and my favorite thing about them is that we can feed and water them and still go away for the weekend and they are fine. You don't have to make a fancy coop either. Depending on where you live and how harsh your winters are, you do have to take that into consideration though to make sure they are warm enough. We buy a dozen chicks every Spring or every other spring so that we always have fresh eggs when some of them stop laying. This year, we are going to get a rooster and try to hatch our own chickens, so I will have to let you know how that goes. We have had chickens for several years, but this will be our first year trying to hatch our own. That is the best thing about Homesteading-many learning experiences, but you have the flexibility to do it when it works for you-take it slow and enjoy the journey! It really is an amazing life! This is truely an amazing lifestyle and it is so good for our children and grandchildren to learn these skills. So many people think that it costs alot of money to get started, but it can actually save you money if you start small. It will also reduce overwhelm if you take it slow. Learn one skill and then move to the next - and remember that you can keep it very simple like I have! Subscribe to the podcast if you have not already so you don't miss any episodes and I would really appreciate it if you take a few seconds to rate and review so that I can reach more listeners like you! Thanks for being here! Monica Join our Community of Christian Moms -> https://www.facebook.com/groups/claimingsimplicity/ Email -> email@example.com Instagram -> https://www.instagram.com/claimingsimplicity/ You Tube -> https://www.youtube.com/@claimingsimplicity/
Going The Distance from 2010 stars Drew Barrymore and Justin Long. Soon after their romance blossoms, they enter a long distance romance between New York and San Francisco. The film script was featured on the 2008 Blacklist, a list of the most liked but unmade scripts for the year. The director Nanette Burstein, has many well known documentaries under her belt as of late with; Killer Sally, Hillary, Gringo: The Dangerous Life of John McAfee. Maya: Mommy, are you okay? Garrett, Erin, Corinne, Phil: *Maya, statue.* Some of our favorite parts of this movie are: Using the Top Gun soundtrack Dry humping on a dining room table Time pressure to increase the conflict To guess the theme of this month's films you can call or text us at 971-245-4148 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org You can guess as many times as you would like. Special thanks to Melissa Villagrana our social media posts and transcription. Next week's film will be Take Me Home (2017) Subscribe, Rate & Share Your Favorite Episodes! Thanks for tuning into today's episode of Dodge Movie Podcast with your host, Mike and Christi Dodge. If you enjoyed this episode, please head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe and leave a rating and review. Don't forget to visit our website, connect with us on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and share your favorite episodes across social media. Give us a call at 971-245-4148 or email at email@example.com
durée : 00:37:40 - Le téléphone sonne - Chaque année en France depuis 2020, de plus en plus de personnes se lancent dans le défi du “Dry January” (ou janvier sec). Phénomène anglo-saxon, l'opération consiste à passer tout le mois de janvier sans boire une goutte d'alcool. Que dit le “Dry January” de notre rapport à l'alcool ?
Our group coaching program is well underway, but there are always questions. Formerly ‘Keto Newbie' Brian joins the group and weighs in on some points for understanding and implementing in Keto.Disclaimer:This video is not meant to diagnose, treat, or mitigate any medical condition. It is merely for personal educational use only. —————————COME SAY HI!!! ——————————Facebook Group about Keto: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ketonaturopath/------------------ OUR NEW MEMBERSHIP GROUP FOR EVERYTHING KETO --------------------------------- Labs, Research and cooking, Implementationwww.ketonaturopathmembers.comWeekly Live Zoom Q&A Sessions and private FB groupBLOG: https://ketonaturopath.com/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ketonaturopathYouTube channelwww.youtube.com/ketonaturopathPodcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/482971/episodesOur Youtube Podcastshttps://studio.youtube.com/channel/UC6LBX8_RDaXtzF_Z02jvl0QJudi's NEW cooking channelKeto Naturopath Kitchenhttps://www.youtube.com/c/KetoNaturopathKitchen ——————————— OUR COURSE ——————————PSMF 30 day course: https://www.thebiointegrationcode.com/courses/PSMFChallenge———————— WHERE WE GET OUR WINE (an affiliate link) —————————— Dry farm wines www.dryfarmwines.com/ketonaturopath —————WHERE WE GET OUR Uric ACID FORA 6 METER —————https://www.fora-shop.com/ (that measures Glucose, Ketones, and Cholesterol together with Uric Acid) Get a 10% discount with this Discount Code: Ketonaturopath10How we use the Fora 6 Meterhttps://youtu.be/0V5B_SXR6qM WHERE WE GET OUR GENOME SNP ANALYSIS DONE Strategene https://bit.ly/3iqCfka ————————WHERE WE GET YOUR LABS DONE—————————————— https://www.UltaLabTests.com/k
Certainly there are many benefits to the Ketogenic diet. Weight loss, diabetes reversal, improved athletic performance, improved dementia and so forth. However if you were to ask people who have been doing ‘Keto' for a while, what they appreciated most about Keto… THE answer would be; a tremendously improved sense of well being, mental focus, and that all of their aches and pains have pretty much disappeared. This is due to something no one talks about, it increases your GABA…so what?? And, decreases your inflammatory markers.Listen to why this is so…. And think who it can help. Links to studies: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0140673617322523http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1038/jcbfm.2015.29 https://news.llu.edu/for-journalists/press-releases/study-adolescents-who-consume-diet-high-saturated-fats-may-develop-poor-stress-coping-skills-signs-of-post-traumatic-stress-disorder-adultshttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3845365/ —————————COME SAY HI!!! ——————————Facebook Group about Keto: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ketonaturopath/ -------OUR NEW MEMBERSHIP GROUP FOR EVERYTHING KETO -------- Labs, Research and cooking, Implementationwww.ketonaturopathmembers.comWeekly Live Zoom Q&A Sessions and private FB groupBLOG: https://ketonaturopath.com/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ketonaturopathYouTube channelwww.youtube.com/ketonaturopathPodcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/482971/episodesOur Youtube Podcastshttps://studio.youtube.com/channel/UC6LBX8_RDaXtzF_Z02jvl0QJudi's NEW cooking channelKeto Naturopath Kitchenhttps://www.youtube.com/c/KetoNaturopathKitchen ——————————— OUR COURSE ——————————PSMF 30 day course: https://www.thebiointegrationcode.com/courses/PSMFChallenge———————— WHERE WE GET OUR WINE (an affiliate link) ——————————Dry farm wines www.dryfarmwines.com/ketonaturopath—————WHERE WE GET OUR Uric ACID FORA 6 METER ————————https://www.fora-shop.com/ (that measures Glucose, Ketones, and Cholesterol together with Uric Acid) Get a 10% discount with this Discount Code: Ketonaturopath10How we use the Fora 6 Meterhttps://youtu.be/0V5B_SXR6qM —---------WHERE WE GET OUR GENOME SNP ANALYSIS DONE—------- Strategene &nb
Looking to make some smarter nutrition choices in the new year? That's where Dan Churchill, performance-based chef located in New York City, comes in. This is Dan's third time back on Hurdle, and he's offering up some thoughts on how to eat healthier — and adopt all-around better-for-you nutrition habits. We talk what staples should be in your pantry, fridge, and freezer, as well as how to prep smart, what should really be on your plate, and our thoughts on Dry (or Damp) January. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE 12. Dan Churchill, Founder Charley St. SOCIAL @dan_churchill @emilyabbate @hurdlepodcast OFFERS InsideTracker | Head to InsideTracker.com/Hurdle and use "HURDLE" to get 20% off LMNT | Head to DrinkLMNT.com/Hurdle to get a free sample pack with purchase. BANDIT | Head to BanditRunning.com/ and use code "HURDLE15" to get 15% off your purchase ASK ME A QUESTION: Leave me a voice message, ask me a question, and it could be featured in an upcoming episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hurdle/message
‘Dry' January Is A Thing. So's ‘Damp' January . Cutting out or cutting back on alcohol during the month of January is growing in popularity as drinkers look to reset their bodies and minds for the New Year. The Washington Post reported the ‘benefits' last longer than a month as people started drinking less the rest of the year and showed striking improvements in their health. I think I'll shoot for ‘damp' and if I end up dry Yippee. Lol You? Heart and soul is what my show is all about and a little grit and some kick-ass attitude too. I'm trying to do my part to share the positive energy that I've been blessed with you to give you a little hope and inspiration that you CAN change things, do new things or finish your unfinished business this coming year and have just more fun. More fun for sure. But we al know we have more fun when we feel great. One of my fun friends in life and in business joins me on The Debbie Nigro show. Her title is Functional Nutritionist. I'm sure there's a big difference between a functional nutritionist and a non-functional nutritionist and since I don't want to work with anybody's who's a non-functional nutritionist I stick with Jacqui Justice. Jacqui specializes in is weight loss resistance, and many of the wellness challenges people are struggling with. She's got her own ‘mojo weight loss program' and she's created fabulous “mocktail” recipes for people who want to party and have some fun without alcohol. I thought she'd be a perfect guest for ‘dry January' and January in general where many of us re-assess and try and do better health wise. Jacqui texted me yesterday to say hello. We haven't seen each other in a long while because of Covid and every other ridiculous reason. Having both just come off being sick over the holidays, me with a blasto head cold and her with the flu, I wanted her opinion about all those immune boosters in the drugstore marketed to boost your immune system like Emergen-C and Airborne. Do they work? Jacquie's not a big fan of drugstore vitamins in general. She said, “I know too much about the quality of vitamins and nutrients and stuff like that and I really only use professional. Everybody should look at, when they buy a vitamin, where it says, other ingredients. Theres there's usually a bunch of junk right there. Artificial colors, all that stuff. But that being said, some people really do swear by that airborne, especially when they're flying. Giving yourself a little jolt of something to keep you healthy is probably better than not doing anything at all, but there's lots of other great stuff you can do too.” Give you a jolt? Does that mean that you only get the immune jolt for the moment? And if you don't take it the next day, you get no jolt?, I asked her. Well, yeah, that's right, she said, because a lot of those are B vitamins, which are water soluble. So they go in, then they go out. So yeah, it needs to be continuous thing. As for 2023 Everybody's trying to think about what they want to do better this year. Many are choosing to cut out alcohol. ‘Dry January' is a thing. So is ‘Damp January'. Jacqui says, When you stop drinking alcohol for a month, your liver says, thank you. Whenever you stop doing something that's not great for you, your body has all these great capabilities of getting that out of you. So its a good start. People who choose to have a ‘damp' January, who can drink a little less or just be more aware will benefit and likely start to act differently the rest of the year. Once you change something you start to feel better. Your cells in general are going to be healthier because, when you put anything in your body it affects every single cell in your body. When your cells are happy, you're feeling pretty happy too. It's not just your liver cells, but every organ is going to be working better. Your liver is the major detox organ of your body. It also stores sugar. It does a lot of things. And so if that's working more efficiently, your whole body is going to be working more efficiently. She said, “I have friends that I know that, you know, they drink quite a bit. And then when they go off, they cannot believe how much better they feel. And then they start exercising more, eating better. Everything gets better. They start doing everything better. That's true with cutting back on sugar too.. All of a sudden you're like, wow, I feel so much better. Now maybe I'll do this. So obvious, right? “ said, Jacqui. The Washington Post did a story on Dry January which pointed out that people who stop drinking or drink less are sleeping better. Sleep is a huge problem here in the US. for everybody in this country. Jacqui spends a spend a lot of time helping people figure out how to get to sleep too. Her sleepy time tips include ‘sleep hygiene' which is up top of her list. She says, “just not being on your computer and dimming the lights a couple of hours before you're going to be going to bed, sets the tone that, you know, you're going to be going to sleep soon. “ One of her other big nutrition-related sleepy time tips is not having sugar at night. That wrecks sleep like nothing else she said. And, that includes wine. Jacqui says, “You know, I'm sure everyone listening to this can agree that when they have a night where they're drinking, you know, a couple of glasses of wine, they wake up. In the minute, more than any other alcohol, it's wine because of the sugar content. They wake up in, like, two o'clock in the morning, they're wide awake. That's because your blood sugar crashes and then you wake up. It just happens. And so if you, you know, take a little vacation from drinking the one of the first things you're going to see is that you sleep better. And then you feel better, right? Just sleeping better. Absolutely. “ Another REALLY BIG sleepy time tip is don't go to bed dehydrated. Jacqui says, if you go to bed and you're dehydrated, and you haven't had enough water it will cause you to wake up at night. It's not so much drinking water before you go to bed. It's about drinking water throughout the day. That's very, very important she says.. Drinking water, hydrating properly just that one goal will make a huge difference in your health. We both agree people are predictable. January 1st arrives and everyones' promising to get super healthy THIS year! They list 20 things they're going to do to make it happen. Jacqui says, “You don't have to do these 20 things. So start with one thing, one thing, hydration, and go from there.” “It's like saying, I have to go to the gym every day for two hours. You know that's going to last two days. And then you're going to start making excuses why you can't go to the gym. But if you say, you know what, I'm going to pop into the gym. And I'm going to do something for 10, 20 minutes. You'll pop into that gym, and you'll probably stay longer than 20 minutes. It's about not biting off more than you can chew. Everybody is just coming off having too many carbs and too much sugar. “ So how do you get off carbs? How do you, how do you wean off instead of just slamming yourself off? Jacqui believes in focusing on what you ‘can' have rather than what you ‘can't'. If you think about, oh my gosh, I can't have any more carbs, which is the main thing everybody craves. It's hard. It's a losing battle. Focus more she says, on thinking about ‘what' you ‘will' have. Make it look and taste delicious. “Say, I'm going to start off the day with this delicious breakfast, this beautiful omelette with some avocado. And, you know, maybe a little salad or whatever or like a green drink, which is delicious by the way. I know it doesn't sound like it is. You're going to get really satisfied and feel really good and be energized. And then you kind of go from there. For lunch think about making a beautiful salad with grilled chicken in it and some pomegranate seeds and make it really nice. Don't just like have some crappy little unattractive little salad. That doesn't really do it for most. Really just make it nice. And start doing that. And don't think about, I can't have carbs. Just think about, wow, I could have all of this delicious, you know, protein and healthy fats and beautiful fruits and vegetables and fiber.” Obviously it's a little frustrating to have to do the do-over every year for those of us and I include myself, who could have done better. I was so proud of myself last year. I lost like 27 pounds. I must have gained back three quarters of it now. Here we go again. What I did learn when I was losing weight and feeling great (that I must have chosen to recently ignore) was not having a lot of oil or butter and all those things that make everything taste so good. So I asked Jacqui if there was some kind of trick that she uses for cooking or and flavoring. She likes to use like avocado oil to cook with, because you can cook at high temperatures with it. Olive oil is great but not not for cooking at a high temperature. “Let's say you're making an omelette or eggs" she said, "Cook with grape seed oil or avocado oil, coconut oil if you like that. And then at the end, just drizzle on a tiny little bit of delicious olive oil or a little bit of ghee.” I've introduced many people with nutrition concerns to Jacqui Justice and all thave thanked me because she's pretty spectacular. When talking about keeping those new years resolutions, the most important thing is you have to be is...a Believer! If you don't truly believe you can reach whatever goal it is that you have, she says, you won't fully commit to it and any obstacle in your way will throw you off course. OK staying on course for now! Enjoy the fun conversation I had live with Jacqui Justice on The Debbie Nigro Show. Check in with her if you're interested in some advice from a realistic nutritionist.
Are you doing Dry (or Damp) January this year? Regardless, this episode will help you on your new journey with less alcohol in your life. I revisit my last 21 guests' best quotes to inspire you in the middle of Dry January -- so keep going, and please know you're never alone!---Looking for more great content and meaningful sober connections?* Join the I Kissed Alcohol Goodbye "Sober Family" Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/ikissedalcoholgoodbye* Download my FREE mini-course, "3 Hacks for Early Sobriety," at my website, https://www.ikissedalcoholgoodbye.com* DM me on Instagram @ikissedalcoholgoodbye or email firstname.lastname@example.org...we're Sober Family, so let's keep breaking up with booze together!Much Love and Peace,--Dana, Owl & Spruce :-)
See all the Healthcasts at https://www.biobalancehealth.com/healthcast-blog There is an increase in medical news and research articles that talk about what aging Americans can do to delay the symptoms and diseases of aging. Some of the articles note lifestyle changes and exercise and or supplements that can combat aging…..but these changes alone are NOT the answer! There is another group of news articles that state the problem that aging, and they leave the reader with the feeling that nothing can be done to prevent these symptoms and diseases. The call “aging” an untreatable part of life, therefore when these symptoms hit doctors tell their patients, “That's just aging! Learn to live with it!” They rarely note the hormonal changes that are KEY to preventing the changes and diseases of aging: replacing testosterone for both men and women in a bio-identical non-oral form and replacing estradiol for women! In reality all the lifestyle changes alone will not work to reverse aging….it is a multi-pronged approach that brings aging men and women back to health: Hormone replacement first, diet and exercise optimization and supplementation of necessary nutrients. After treating several thousands of aging men and women over the last 40 years I can state confidently that the one key factor in staying healthy, mobile, and able to think, is the replacement of testosterone with T pellets. The medical community shies away from stating that testosterone is key to both men and women at any age. Why is that? I think it is because young men who treat themselves with illegal adrenal androgens that are bought on the internet have mistakenly equated these androgen products with the pure testosterone men make in their testes and women make in their ovaries. They are not the same and should be discussed specifically so they are not confused! Medicine also has not accepted testosterone as a female sex hormone! That is just an extension of the male-managed medical care in the US. Lastly the US government see older Americans as dead-weight to the society and they don't want to make us live longer past when we are useful! Many decisions have been made by our representatives and senators in Washington who have no idea about medicine and aren't educated that Men and women would cost Medicare less money, not more because they would be healthier for a longer period of time. For example, Medicare warns patients not to take their thyroid medicine after they are 65! What happens when they stop taking thyroid medicine? Patients die! Many titles of current research articles talk the dangers of aging and then tell us we can't do anything about it! When a written or spoken article coming from the medical community states that the symptoms that women's experience after age 40 is called “perimenopause” they Miss-label the period of a woman's life between 40 and 50 with a word that means “around menopause”, when in reality all of those symptoms occur because of testosterone deficiency, not estrogen deficiency! The word perimenopause makes doctors and patients alike think the problems of this era of life is estrogen when most of us have too much estrogen and testosterone deficiency. Just the word “perimenopause”,implies that estrogen replacement will fix them, when more estrogen will make a woman's bleeding problems worse, not better. secret ingredient is! The secret label of our problem, “testosterone replacement”, is hidden from us which steers research and treatments away from the real problem….It is no wonder that experimental drugs to fix the symptoms of a woman's decade after age 40 don't work! A word, or a label carries power with it, and when given the wrong name the disastrous outcomes are inevitable! Because women begin to experience aging after 40, the sequence of events is important to get right so that we can replace what our ovaries stop producing in order of the natural hormone changes. The ovary stops making testosterone first, followed by progesterone deficiency plus estrogen dominance, with the last stage being the final one of loss of estradiol. If this was considered by the research community, then there would be fewer worthless studies based on replacing E2 in women between age 40-50 that of course fail, and more successful studies of testosterone deficiency, that are treated with pure testosterone, and the medical health of middle-aged women would be so much less stressful, and diseases of aging would be suppressed. I hope that when you read news articles or medical research about middle aged women with the following symptoms you will think “testosterone deficiency” not perimenopause. Testosterone loss after age 40 causes fatigue, gain of belly fat, loss of muscle, loss of sex drive, increase in autoimmune diseases and loss of motivation and ability to think logically. The more women who know what is really wrong with them the better! In reality, “Testosterone” can be substituted for the word “aging”. In most medical articles that discuss the problems of advancing age, the conditions that are really caused by testosterone deficiency, are given the nebulous label, symptoms of aging or the misnomer, perimenopause. By doctors and scientists calling testosterone deficiency, “aging”, or perimenopause. It implies that these symptoms can't be treated, and women must live with them! Sexual dysfunction, fatigue, loss of quality of life and obesity among other symptoms and diseases that happen to women between 40-55 can bet treated with T replacement. Their choice of words put women in a position of acceptance for their symptoms instead of a powerful position to resolve these issues with replacement of one hormone--testosterone! Ask your gynecologist for it! You are the patient/customer, and you should be able to get what you need! However, after spending 20 years in my BioBalance Health ®Practice replacing women's lagging testosterone, the rent research is very encouraging to me and to my testosterone replacement practice. BioBalance Health® LLC….More studies are done about women and their decreased sexual desire, and women who become depressed after age 40, as well as many other articles investigating the symptoms of perimenopause (low T) in women. Most current studies state at the end of the article, that there is no treatment for these symptoms, or that estrogen is the answer, or that new expensive drugs will relieve some of the symptoms, bringing along with them many side effects. Why am I so sure that I am right? It is so obvious in my medical practice that testosterone is the treatment necessary to completely resolve over 20 symptoms and multiple chronic illnesses. I see the success through the results my patients experience. Not only do women return to my office 4 months after their first dose of testosterone pellets visibly younger, healthier and thinner, their lab results improve, and their symptoms are gone! This doesn't happen in just a few patients, but in 95% of the thousands of patients I have treated. But not only is the government against the healthy aging of women, the medical societies are against us too! They determine how doctors of their specialty think, and they brainwash their members by printing misleading studies and actual lies against the treatment with testosterone. In 2020 the Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism castigated doctors who gave women testosterone for their symptoms in their May 2020 issue, then only 5 months later in the same journal they advised the treatment of women who have sexual dysfunction can be treated successfully with Testosterone. In the second article they stated that more than 30% of women over 40 have sexual dysfunction, and that these 30 % must be treated! What a quick turnaround! There are many articles in their research journal that support treating women and men with testosterone, however the doctors who are Endocrinologists must not read their journals because they have not embraced it as a medical society, so millions of women are left untreated by their endocrinologists. The Journal of OBGYN has different problems. They are decades behind other specialties studying hormone replacement with testosterone. One of the reasons is that they only print the research done by OBGYNs. Other specialties do research on the sex hormones and their effect on cardiovascular disease, autoimmune disease, endocrine disease and cancer, however they are not printed in the only journal that OBGYNs endorse, and the only one OBGYNs read,the “green” journal! The very doctors who are supposed to be experts in the field of female sex hormones are informed meagerly while the other specialties do all the research, but they don't acknowledge anything by other specialty organizations! I understand why you may question this..in reality I am a skeptic, and generally must experience a situation myself, or witness it to embrace it. My skepticism is peaked when statistics are quoted, because there are many ways to make statistics lie. Therefore, medical research articles are not a gold standard. Lately they have been questioning their own belief that testosterone is not needed by women. I know what I see, and because numbers can be gerry-rigged to “prove” something that is not seen in medical practice, I don't believe numbers that aren't evident in my practice. When one patient…then ten…then thousands of my patients respond to testosterone by being cured of more than 10 symptoms, then I believe…I have treated thousands of patients from all over the world and I have seen miraculous results by replacing testosterone! But if this truth is not accepted by the whole of GYNs, then millions of women will have the quality of their post productive years stolen from them. What about patients who don't know what is wrong with them and believe their doctors who say that they just have to “live with the symptoms” because it is “normal aging”? Let me give you some examples from the literature: An article from Endocrine Today, September 2022, whose headline reads, (Low) Skeletal Muscle Mass is Linked to Cognitive Decline In Older Adults With Type 2 Diabetes.” This article supports the fact that when people get “old” they lose their muscle mass, and when that happens then they are more likely to lose their ability to think and take care of themselves. OK, I agree with that, and most of us who are observant of aging people say “duh, of course that's true, but why does it happen? Is it treatable?” The research article does not offer treatment suggestions; however, I know that the answer is testosterone replacement with bio-identical pellets! Both issues plague women who are menopausal and without both estrogen and testosterone. In my practice taking testosterone with pellets with or without estradiol can prevent these diseases that occur from years of estrogen and testosterone deprivation. Like many other research papers, this one never states how to treat the women who present to the doctors' office with loss of muscle and cognitive decline, with or without diabetes…why can't the PhD/MDs that write the papers put the pieces of the puzzle together? We as doctors know that there are many symptoms and diseases of aging, but my colleagues tell patients that they have to live with it! We should know the answer to this simple deficiency. Aging begins with loss of testosterone and the symptoms can be treated successfully with non-oral testosterone for both men and women! Why is this so? A minority of doctors are like me, we link the treatment we give our patients with the outcomes that we witness. Other doctors are no better than a computer, what they are taught in med school is what they tell their patients, and no more, whether they see improvement or not! These two groups of doctors are different based on their phycological make up, but the memorizers (the second group) do well in medical school because they can spit back exactly the lists given to them to read and remember, however they are terrible at problem-solving because they don't know how to use what they see every day in their office to modify the treatments they learned in med school. So many things have changed in the last 40 years since I left medical school! I am a problem solver and I keep learning…this leaves me open to the newest epigenetic research, the use of US and MRI for many diagnoses, and helps me discover the treatment for conditions that are only ignored by the researchers currently. 20 years that proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that testosterone is a replacement is key to healthy aging without symptoms and disease. But many Doctors repeat what they were taught in the dark ages, “You are getting old, you will have to live with it”, and turn and leave the exam room! Many doctors did this to me as a patient after my hysterectomy, and I'm a doctor who 20 years ago was looking for a treatment for my rapid aging after my ovaries were removed. I was told that my symptoms of low Testosterone was just aging and it is not treatable. However now, 20 years later, I read over 40 journals a week and I have thousands of medical research papers to prove that the trigger for aging is the fall of testosterone blood levels that occurs in women in their 40's and men in their mid 50s. Yet Testosterone deficiency is still a condition that no one seems to believe there is treatment for, and patients are told all over the country, every day to suck it up and live with it or to take multiple drugs to make them not care about their symptoms anymore, but nothing actually brings them back to health except testosterone in a non-oral form—testosterone pellets. Subdermal pellets are the best global treatment for both sexes that bring us back to the way we felt when we were young! In this form T is not dangerous or risky…it is a simple two synapse logical solution: Testosterone replaces the testosterone your ovaries or testicles made before aging started, by just giving Testosterone back to you we are replacing what you are now missing! What a concept! It is obvious that there is one answer to treat a multitude of symptoms and illnesses we don't have a “medically acknowledged treatment” for. Why are we are unwilling to find a solution? Is it because women aren't equal to men, even in 2022 in the US? Is it because the FDA is an arm of big pharma and wants to sell multiple expensive new patentable meds to earn the most money, instead of treating many symptoms and diseases with one medication/hormone? Is it because most doctors are men and think women are just hysterical and imagine their symptoms? I am forever reading articles about the symptoms of aging, in which the authors act like the treatment for these symptoms is a Rubic's cube that is difficult to treat, but in reality, it is so simple, maybe too simple for the hubris of medical people to consider that it is the answer to such a complex group of symptoms. So, you should try what I am suggesting. You will see for yourself that with one hormone a multitude of symptoms can be treated! The list goes on and on. Loss of sex drive and sexuality ED in men and lack of orgasms in women Pain with intercourse Fatigue Obesity Insomnia Depression and anxiety that begins at 40 Migraines that start after 36 PMS Irritability Loss of motivation Arthritis Dry eyes Dry skin Thin sagging skin Loss of hair Loss of muscle Loss of balance Joint damage Memory loss Change in body composition Increase in belly fat Increase in cholesterol and inflammation Loss of immune function that triggers infections and cancer Loss of Quality of life Hot flashes All of these symptoms can be treated with bioidentical testosterone pellets safely for men and with testosterone and estradiol in women. Why can't the studies just say, the treatment for the symptom of aging is due to testosterone deficiency? I would like to know why no one in the FDA, the researcher community, doctors who are in charge of the medical specialties in the US, and teaching physicians have told us this? Why are we always told there is nothing to be done about aging/low testosterone….it is our future to age, get sick, watch our bodies fall apart and our brains shrink and then we die? Not me! I am going to shout it from the house tops that we, mostly women, who are told there is no treatment, won't take it anymore! We want testosterone pellets approved by the FDA for women and paid for by insurance!
Malcolm Gladwell speaks of people like Doug Reynolds in his book "The Tipping Point". People who are connectors; ‘messengers' in essence. They see things about to happen that they believe are potentially life-changing. So they reach out to people of influence and let them know the significance of the social change as they perceives it. Their vision, in essence.Doug Reynolds is absolutely this type of person. He has his own personal story of his experience with the ketogenic diet and how it has dramatically changed his life…but that was only the seed of the realization of how global the ketogenic diet was going to take root. Recently Doug has teamed up many other researchers and medical practitioners to change the Standard of care for medicine in the US... talk about vision.Doug (and his wife Pam) are from South Africa and have created the largest movement of people interested in the Ketogenic Diet …in AMERICA. It was unbelievable foresight and willingness to act upon his gut feelings.Now coming up this July 2018 in San Diego, Ca is the largest multi speaker conference of anyone interested in Keto. From Medical practitioners, Researchers, Therapist, etc.Listen to this low key guy who wakes at 4 am each day to change the world…And does just that. —————————COME SAY HI!!! ——————————Facebook Group about Keto: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ketonaturopath/ --------OUR NEW MEMBERSHIP GROUP FOR EVERYTHING KETO ------ Labs, Research and cooking, Implementationwww.ketonaturopathmembers.comWeekly Live Zoom Q&A Sessions and private FB groupBLOG: https://ketonaturopath.com/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ketonaturopathYouTube channelwww.youtube.com/ketonaturopathPodcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/482971/episodesOur Youtube Podcastshttps://studio.youtube.com/channel/UC6LBX8_RDaXtzF_Z02jvl0QJudi's NEW cooking channelKeto Naturopath Kitchenhttps://www.youtube.com/c/KetoNaturopathKitchen ——————————— OUR COURSE —————————— PSMF 30 day course: https://www.thebiointegrationcode.com/courses/PSMFChallenge———————— WHERE WE GET OUR WINE (an affiliate link) —————————— Dry farm wines www.dryfarmwines.com/ketonaturopath—————WHERE WE GET OUR Uric ACID FORA 6 METER ———————— https://www.fora-shop.com/ (that measures Glucose, Ketones, and Cholesterol together with Uric Acid) Get a 10% discount with this Discount Code: Ketonaturopath10How we use the Fora 6 Meterhttps://youtu.be/0V5B_SXR6qM —---WHERE WE GET OUR GENOME SNP AN
Book 7!!! Chapters 11 - 17!! Taxxon names sound like Velcro. What's with KA Applegate and salad shooters? A trick of the Visser. Patience, Iago, patience. Is the Ellimist more Werner Herzog or Gilbert Gottfried? Dry scuba diving. Just how OP is the Ellimist? Radical Tobias. The early Taxxon gets the cockroach. Visser 3's oral fixation. Ax wants to know: hands on or off? Slash gash and gnash. Did Rachel just kill? Bear on the brain. Body clot. You never toss out a grilled cheese. Lolling on bales of hay.@anidorkspod on twitter! Send questions to email@example.com.New episodes every Wednesday!!!Hey! For real though: Leave us a 5 star review and we'll read it on the air!
Dry-uary is the big trend right now, but what if all the other months had a task too? (:30) The real estate market is particularly fierce right now and Anna is willing to do almost anything to get her family's dream house! But would you have done this old school real estate trick to get a head start on a home? (2:50) It can be tough to keep your kids quiet, but if your kid is constantly screaming in the hallways of your apartment building, that's all I need to know about you! (6:51) What does your dream house look like? Most people would imagine a mansion, but anna and Raven wanted to hear what a kid's dream house would look like… (10:46) Who is your idol? Raven got to meet his at the company holiday party! Sort of… (13:54) Have you ever trespassed? Anna drove onto private property recently and now she's afraid that she's under investigation! (17:44) What's the key to happiness? Anna and Raven invited motivational speaker Paul Krismer on the show to find the key to becoming happy in 2023! (29:19) The drama with Harry and Meghan is continuing to escalate with new shocking revelations coming out every day! But one particular description of one of the royals got Anna's attention… (33:10) Troy and Sandy have a son that is a junior in high school. He was caught skipping school and was issued an in-school suspension. Their son begged his father not to tell mom because she would overact. He didn't tell her. Sandy found out from another student's mother, (her son too was caught and suspended) and she's furious. She says that keeping it a secret was wrong, she's an equal parent and deserves to know. What do you think? (37:09) Jennifer is teaming up with her son Wesley to beat Raven in pop culture trivia! Can they succeed and win $2000? (46:14)
This week I'm speaking with John Larison, author of "Holding Lies" and most recently "Whiskey When We're Dry." We chat about his start as a mud puddle angler, questioning Euro-nymphing, New York waters, tequila, Ted Leeson, writing, trying to be like water, and the questioniable choice to method act in the TSA line.You can learn more about "Whiskey When We're Dry" and John's other books at johnlarison.com
How can you tell if you're getting old? Aside from the obvious physical signs, if you've ever said these four words, you're officially old! (:30) Are you participating in Dry-uary? Anna and Raven invited Dry-uary specialist Mary Reid on to the show to explain the phenomenon! (3:06) It's nice to include vegan options at your party, but if you get mad at someone for not doing it, that's all I need to know about you! (6:56) The new year is one of the busiest times for dating apps! Producer Jon is once again single, and Anna wants to get him started on a new app! (9:26) Dry-uary is one thing, but would you ever take part in Vegan-uary? Anna and Raven spoke to Dietician Taylor Wolfram about how to incorporate some vegan options into your diet this month! (13:21) Does your office have any weird policies? Last week, Anna and Raven got three different emails about odd new policies being introduced in their office! (17:21) Would you let an AI solve all your problems for you? A new form of AI technology is now trending and it may change the way everyone gets their work done! (24:31) Has the internet ever convinced you of something ridiculous? Raven is convinced that he can change his own brakes and Producer Jon has become convinced he can do something that may cause him bodily harm! (28:12) During Alyssa and TJ's wedding last month, TJ's sister announced her pregnancy. Everyone was so excited about the first grandchild that would be born into the family that Alyssa felt that it took attention away from her. She would like TJ to address it with his sister, but he thinks that she was just excited, has always been a bit self-centered, and to just let it go. What would you do? (35:22) Jessie has got a shot at $1900! All she has to do is beat Raven in pop culture trivia! (44:24)
About This Broadcast: THE VALUE OF THE OLD-TIMER (In 12 Step Recovery). What comes to mind when you think of an Old-Timer? What do they contribute to your recovery? Is there a level of respect when they walk into a room? Join the Monty'man, Dave and Roger as they discuss the value of these amazing members of the recovery community. Closing Song: High & Dry by Michael Purington.
We've already had Loren Lockam & Prof Spira in our show individually. We thought it was time for a gentle debate. Enjoy! Individual interviews: Interview with Spira: https://youtu.be/nWxnX1dmm30 Interview with Loren: https://youtu.be/qIBvFvwIgyg Chapters: 0:00 Intro by Alex 2:20 Short presentations by Loren & Spira 10:48 Similarities 13:08 Can we go straight to fruits or should we transition? 17:19 Fruitarian vs Mucusless... What is the ideal diet? 27:10 Can we detox too fast? Is there a danger? 38:00 How much food do we actually need? 47:20 Enemas, fasting & removing mucoide plaques 1:03:05 Dry fasting, hydration & Arnold Ehret 1:15:28 Juices, juice fasting & coconut water 1:26:38 Last words This interview is part of our fruitarian series. Check the full playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J47e32iXtJM&list=PL2mMblWyuzOWXj38Uin6oVZ8o5hoZN5kW LINKS: THE LIGHTLEADERS PODCAST: Join our Telegram group: https://t.me/thelightleaders Join Alex's Telegram channel: https://t.me/newearth Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thelightleaders All platforms, including audio podcasts: https://thelightleaders.org LOREN LOCKMAN: Website: https://tanglewoodwellnesscenter.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/LorenLockman IG: https://www.instagram.com/loren.e.lockman/ PROF SPIRA: Website: https://www.mucusfreelife.com YouTube: http://bit.ly/professor-spira-youtube-channel IG: https://www.instagram.com/prof.spira FB: https://www.facebook.com/ProfessorSpira Mailing List: https://www.mucusfreelife.com/5-Free-Recipes #fruitarian #fruitarianism #breatharian #breatharianism #mucuslessdiet #waterfasting #fasting #dryfasting #juicefasting #enemas #detox
More and more Americans seem to be getting on board with the concept of Dry January, which is abstaining from alcohol for the entire month. With drinking solidly ingrained into our culture, that can be difficult for some. This episode does not go into all of the benefits and tactical approaches (like "mocktails"). While Dry January continues to grow in popularity, there is one thing that is rarely talked about: how your mind and body will respond as the days and weeks ahead unfold. This is an introduction into conversations we'll be having throughout the month (not always on the podcast), so if you're interested in all opportunities ahead, join the What Lights You Up Facebook group or follow my socials. Video version available on YouTube.
Most of us have witnessed the renaissance of the ketogenic diet and its application for so many conditions from epilepsy to cancer and much in between. However what you don't know is that this rebirth was 'mid-wifed' by a few people who, because they have witnesses near miraculous transformations in people, wanted to know more and became the icons of the Ketogenic movement. Beth Zupec-Kania is one of these people. Her experience, her story, her drive are amazing. She would deny that she's anything special…Yet for those willing to dig into the research you will find Beth is at the edge of discovering what the therapeutic benefits of the Ketogenic diet are. She has managed ketogenic diets in individuals with autism, epilepsy, MS, Mitochondrial disorders, cancer, Parkinson's disease…Not to mention she has authored The Modified Ketogenic Diet Therapy, and The Modified Keto, numerous educational guides, co-organized three global ketogenic symposiums, and so much more. Her links: www.bethzupeckania, comwww.charliefoundation.org —————————COME SAY HI!!! ——————————Facebook Group about Keto: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ketonaturopath/--------OUR NEW MEMBERSHIP GROUP FOR EVERYTHING KETO ------ Labs, Research and cooking, Implementation www.ketonaturopathmembers.comWeekly Live Zoom Q&A Sessions and private FB groupBLOG: https://ketonaturopath.com/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ketonaturopathYouTube channelwww.youtube.com/ketonaturopathPodcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/482971/episodesOur Youtube Podcastshttps://studio.youtube.com/channel/UC6LBX8_RDaXtzF_Z02jvl0QJudi's NEW cooking channelKeto Naturopath Kitchenhttps://www.youtube.com/c/KetoNaturopathKitchen ——————————— OUR COURSE —————————— PSMF 30 day course: https://www.thebiointegrationcode.com/courses/PSMFChallenge———————— WHERE WE GET OUR WINE (an affiliate link) —————————— Dry farm wines www.dryfarmwines.com/ketonaturopath—————WHERE WE GET OUR Uric ACID FORA 6 METER ———————— https://www.fora-shop.com/ (that measures Glucose, Ketones, and Cholesterol together with Uric Acid) Get a 10% discount with this Discount Code: Ketonaturopath10How we use the Fora 6 Meterhttps://youtu.be/0V5B_SXR6qM ——WHERE WE GET OUR GENOME SNP ANALYSI
These Pilsners can't lose, they are some of the best of the best. This list includes classics like - Pilsner Urquell, newer ones from pFriem Family Brewers, Oxbow Brewing, Firestone Walker, and even Hill Farmstead. If you like refreshing, crushable, and, yes, even “Crispy Boi” beers these are the pilsners for you. Find your favorite here https://bisonbrew.com/best-pilsners/ WhistlePig's got a foot in each world. For Dry January they've released a duo for your old-fashioned, whether you prefer them dry or wet. The Dry cocktail mixer is a collaboration with Sunkist. While available, 100% of proceeds will go to bartenders nationwide who see less bar traffic and fewer tips during the January drought. The Wet Orange Fashioned is crafted with WhistlePig PiggyBack 100% Rye Whiskey. Head to the link for more https://shop.whistlepigwhiskey.com/pages/dry-january The third story after this - The Boozebuddy Update is brought to you by Green Mountain Payments - helping local business owners save thousands of dollars by providing complimentary credit card processing equipment and zero cost credit card processing. Visit greenmountainpayments.com or posandzero.com today! Pappy Van Winkle, Buffalo Trace Antique Collection, Fireball, Blanton's, Buffalo Trace, and others have a new ride. But wait, why? Was it hard for you to find what's called ‘The Holy Grail of Bourbon'? Well, you're not alone. The past several years' upgrades and demand have allowed for whiskey-making at the Distillery to increase by 50 percent. In the coming years, that number is projected to double with the completion of Buffalo Trace Distillery's additional still house that stands 40 feet tall and has a capacity of 60,000 gallons a day! You can get more on the increased production, and the new distribution at the links https://www.sazerac.com/our-company/news-and-media/buffalo-trace-distillery-whiskey-production-is-thriving-as-2-billion-expansion-continues.html https://www.fredminnick.com/2022/12/30/just-in-new-distributors-for-pappy-van-winkle-blantons-btac-and-other-sazerac-products/ Remember to stay safe, drive sober and support the booze that supports your local community. Have a comment, question, or story suggestion? Reach out to me boozebuddyupdate.com Buy me a Beer and get merch - https://ko-fi.com/boozebuddy Find all the show notes, links, and suggest a story at https://BoozebuddyUpdate.com *Affiliate links below* El Gato Retractable Green Screen - https://amzn.to/3gKm4jr LED Streaming Key Light Desktop - https://amzn.to/3TYfV10 GoProHero 10 - https://amzn.to/3N98nGU sE7 Microphone - https://amzn.to/3VVhUoV Audient iD4 Audio Interface - https://amzn.to/3D94jS5 Mic to Interface Cable - https://amzn.to/3sxODDk #whistlepig #pappyvanwinkle #Pilsner #theboozebuddyupdate #boozebuddy #boozebuddyupdate #beerindustry #boozenews #booze #pilsnerurquell #hillfarmstead #buffalotrace #buffalotracedistillery #pappy the boozebuddy update, beer industry, global news, boozenews, Pilsner Urquell, pFriem Family Brewers, Suarez Family Brewery, Oxbow Brewing Trumer Pils, Trumer Brewery Prima Pils, Victory Brewing Company Rothaus Pils Tannenzäpfle, Badische Staatsbrauerei Rothaus Pivo Pils, Firestone Walker Brewing Company Vliet, Threes Brewing Company Mary, Hill Farmstead --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boozebuddy/support
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Try Listening for 3 Minutes - Fall Asleep Fast - Lucid Dreaming Music with Reiki Chime Bells - Sleep Music. This sleep music and relaxing music is based upon the neural entrainment phenomenon. Our brains tend to synchronize to external stimulation, including auditory, visual, tactile, or electromagnetic stimuli. The human brain has an average of 86 billion neurons that communicate to form our thoughts, emotions, and behavior. When our neurons communicate en masse, it produces a synchronized electrical pulse known as a brainwave. With neural entrainment, our brainwaves can align to this auditory stimulation. As a result, we can stimulate our neurons and induce brainwaves in ways that could positively affect our psychology and physiology. "Every night for the last month this has helped me fall asleep, after 30 years of insomnia. Thankyou.
It's the end of the year as we know it, and I've got gas! Join us for this 2022 retrospective!Approximately one minute from each of the 43 episodes produced in 2022, including this one, and all in Vectracolour (TM) and chronological order.You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll know immediately why you've never heard of this podcast.Just Gonna Read This is a Model Home 146 Production, in association with The National Foolscap Museum and the Masters of Podcasting Program at Artsy Collage.EmailWebsiteFacebook Instagram
Mariam is nothing less than an extraordinarily tenacious researcher of all things Keto. Her impetus comes out of a deeply personal experience of helping her son Raffi when he was diagnosed with brain cancer. When I first met Mariam, rather watched on stage telling her story, it sent a chill down my back. She is one of the most requested interviews by many medical and laymen interested in learning about the benefits of the ketogenic diet for cancer patients. Her TED talk has been in high demand and her book: Keto for Cancer: Ketogenic Metabolic Therapy as a Targeted Nutritional Strategy, has a forward written by The person who has turned the medical world on its head in terms of understanding cancer as a metabolic disease, Dr. Tomas Seyfried whom I've also interviewed coming up later.Please listen to this extraordinary interview with such a passionately motivated person who now coaches many cancer patients with their Ketogenic diet. —————————COME SAY HI!!! ——————————Facebook Group about Keto: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ketonaturopath/------OUR NEW MEMBERSHIP GROUP FOR EVERYTHING KETO ------------------ Labs, Research and cooking, Implementationwww.ketonaturopathmembers.comWeekly Live Zoom Q&A Sessions and private FB groupBLOG: https://ketonaturopath.com/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ketonaturopathYouTube channelwww.youtube.com/ketonaturopathPodcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/482971/episodesOur Youtube Podcastshttps://studio.youtube.com/channel/UC6LBX8_RDaXtzF_Z02jvl0QJudi's NEW cooking channelKeto Naturopath Kitchenhttps://www.youtube.com/c/KetoNaturopathKitchen ——————————— OUR COURSE —————————— PSMF 30 day course: https://www.thebiointegrationcode.com/courses/PSMFChallenge———————— WHERE WE GET OUR WINE (an affiliate link) ——————————Dry farm wines www.dryfarmwines.com/ketonaturopath—————WHERE WE GET OUR Uric ACID FORA 6 METER ————————https://www.fora-shop.com/ (that measures Glucose, Ketones, and Cholesterol together with Uric Acid) Get a 10% discount with this Discount Code: Ketonaturopath10How we use the Fora 6 Meterhttps://youtu.be/0V5B_SXR6qM ——WHERE WE GET OUR GENOME SNP ANALYSIS DONE————— Strategene
Stacey Williams, QA Scientist at New Belgium Brewing, and Justin Alexander, QA Chemist at New Belgium Brewing, return to the lab this week to chat with Cade about their work on mid-fermentation dry hopping. The Brü Lab is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewers with the most viable and fresh yeast on the market. Learn more about what Imperial Yeast has to offer at ImperialYeast.com today. | Read More | Mid-fermentation Dry-hopping Parameters and Their Impact on the Evolution of Hop Volatiles and Biotransformation Potential
Dry skin, also known as xerosis or xeroderma, has many causes, including cold or dry weather, sun damage, harsh soaps, and over-bathing. Unfortunately our age can also cause a decrease in several components in our skin such as collagen, elastin, squalene, What does your skin do anyway??? We tend to focus on the visible signs of aging, but what does our skin do for us? And what changes with age in terms of functional that will not only lead to aging but also susceptibility of skin diseases/ FUNCTIONS: The functions of the skin include: Protection against microorganisms, dehydration, ultraviolet light, and mechanical damage; the skin is the first physical barrier that the human body has against the external environment. Sensation of pain, temperature, touch, and deep pressure starts with the skin. Mobility: The skin allows smooth movement of the body. Endocrine activity: The skin initiates the biochemical processes involved in Vitamin D production, which is essential for calcium absorption and normal bone metabolism. Exocrine activity: This occurs by the release of water, urea, and ammonia. Skin secretes products like sebum, sweat, and pheromones and exerts important immunologic functions by secreting bioactive substances such as cytokines. Immunity development against pathogens. Regulation of Temperature. Skin participates in thermal regulation by conserving or releasing heat and helps maintain the body's water and homeostatic balance. HOW IS IT PUT TOGETHER Anatomy The epidermis, the outermost layer of skin, provides a waterproof barrier and contributes to skin tone. The dermis, found beneath the epidermis, contains connective tissue, hair follicles, blood vessels, lymphatic vessels, and sweat glands. The deeper subcutaneous tissue (hypodermis) is made of fat and connective tissue like elastic fibers, collagen.
James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana react to the Taliban's recent move to ban college education for women in Afghanistan and consider whether the US bears any responsibility for this development (01:35). The guys also weigh in on the ongoing debate over whether time from a scientific standpoint is an illusion (22:07) and discuss the merits of a Dry January (34:00).'The Taliban took our last hope': College education is banned for women in Afghanistan (NPR)Researchers say time is an illusion. So why are we all obsessed with it? (NPR)Physicist Says the Laws of Physics Don't Actually Exist (The Byte)Dry January: 10 Benefits of Taking a 30-Day Break From Alcohol (Men's Journal)
Dr. Emily Kiberd is a Chiropractor, Entrepreneur, podcast host to the Thyroid Strong Podcast, a mommy of two and an all-around empowering woman who champions knowledge by teaching her clients the tools they need to reach their highest physical potential. Emily's expertise spans several therapeutic fields: functional movement patterns, biomechanics, kettlebells, functional medicine, hashimotos thyroiditis, mold illness and lately search engine optimization for the practitioner. Hashimoto's in remission How Dr. Kiberd has been helping other's with Thyroid Strong Lose weight and gain energy through optimal protein intake and strategic resistance training How to Identify and Remediate Mold Exposure Emily's Mold Story!!! Urine mycotoxin testing to find mold Ernie Testing for mold Understanding resiliency when it comes to health Within 24 hours of water damage you can see mold growth Symptoms of mold exposure include eczema, histamine intolerance, insomnia, unexplained weight gain, fatigue, hair loss, dry skin, and brain fog Create resilience within your terrain by optimizing gut health Genetic SNP's and mold Detox pathways Omegas, vitamin D, glutathione, and NAC to optimize health Use air filters in each room of the house Dry brushing How Practitioners Can Use SEO- search engine optimization Emily's current growth period & how she is diving into SEO for practitioners Future growth and future courses on SEO Join Thyroid Strong Masterclass Dr. Emily Kiberd's Website Dr. Emily Kiberd's IG Thyroid Strong Podcast Our Information: MOVE YOUR BB Instagram Aleena's Instagram Aleena's Website Meghan's Instagram Meghan's Website Email: moveyourBB@gmail.com ---------------------------- **The information on this podcast is intended to educate and inform. It is not meant to be a substitute of advice from your physician or medical provider.
Beside a career in medicine that spans decades, tours in Iraq, speaking 6 languages, playing piano, working on cars, he can be found coaching tennis at the local high school. When asked how he would like to be introduced he said: “No need to give any big intro and the only ax I have to grind is that sugar is a slow acting addictive poison.” He is a self described “night errant” in terms getting the word out about reversing diabetes and obesity. A reference from the book: Don Quixote, by Cervantes in 1605. Paul is the the only person I know who has read it in its original language of Spanish, or even read it all. No small accomplishment in any languages….. it's a 1,000 pages. He speaks with the humility of a country doctor who has himself dropped well over 100 lbs through his Ketogenic diet of Zero Carb. Listen in on his perspective of going Keto. —————————COME SAY HI!!! ——————————Facebook Group about Keto: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ketonaturopath/ ---------------OUR NEW MEMBERSHIP GROUP ----------------- FOR EVERYTHING KETO Labs, Research and cooking, Implementationwww.ketonaturopathmembers.comWeekly Live Zoom Q&A Sessions and private FB groupBLOG: https://ketonaturopath.com/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ketonaturopathYouTube channelwww.youtube.com/ketonaturopathPodcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/482971/episodesOur Youtube Podcastshttps://studio.youtube.com/channel/UC6LBX8_RDaXtzF_Z02jvl0QJudi's NEW cooking channelKeto Naturopath Kitchenhttps://www.youtube.com/c/KetoNaturopathKitchen ——————————— OUR COURSE ——————————PSMF 30 day course: https://www.thebiointegrationcode.com/courses/PSMFChallenge———————— WHERE WE GET OUR WINE (an affiliate link) ——————————Dry farm wines www.dryfarmwines.com/ketonaturopath—————WHERE WE GET OUR Uric ACID FORA 6 METER ————————https://www.fora-shop.com/ (that measures Glucose, Ketones, and Cholesterol together with Uric Acid) Get a 10% discount with this Discount Code: Ketonaturopath10How we use the Fora 6 Meterhttps://youtu.be/0V5B_SXR6qM -------- WHERE WE GET OUR GENOME SNP ANALYSIS DONE——— ------ Strategene
Arkansas farmers are still recovering from one of the worst droughts in recent decades on the Mississippi River. Dry weather across the United States over the summer caused the Mighty Mississippi’s water levels to dip so low this fall that thousands of barges got stuck in the mud, halting trade on one of America’s most vital waterways. The timing of the drought coincided with the height of harvest season for farmers, causing potentially big losses for those who didn’t have storage for crops that could not be loaded onto barges. At Poinsett Rice & Grain’s port near Osceola, more than a hundred trucks — double the usual number – have been arriving daily this December to try to offload crops that weren’t shipped earlier this year. Water levels are higher now but the fallout from the drought will be felt for months as farmers, and the supply chains responsible for transporting their goods, recover losses. Capitol & Scott visited Poinsett Port where Jeff Worsham, port manager, discusses how the extreme weather event continues to impact business. Hunter Biram, an assistant professor and agricultural economist with the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, also joins the show to discuss what 2022’s historic drought means for commodity markets now and in years to come. Additional reading: Drought snarls Mississippi River transit in blow to farmers Arkansas farmers paying price of low water Record low Mississippi River levels have Arkansas farmers dealing with challenges Let us know what topics would you like to hear about in future episodes: arkansasonline.com/capitol-and-scott/
Episode 673 - What is My 2023 Word of the Year? Today is our last Monday Show until after the New Year is upon us! In keeping with tradition, I will share with you the word of the year, why it was chosen, and what I hope it will mean - even though we all know we find different lessons along the journey. I will also let you know what is happening during the time between Christmas and New Years for content. Livestream Schedule this week: Tuesday Live with John Willis and Ed Hubbell from IridiumSolutions.caLFTN Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGZgu0AKUSI Today's Sponsor: Paul Wheaton od Permies.com and Wheaton Labs https://permies.com/link/lftn Paul Wheaton has developed a truly passive greenhouse that can grow through the winter with no additional heating. Not only that, but it won't overheat in the summer months! How's that possible? Find out by watching the Truly Passive Greenhouse movie: https://permies.com/link/lftn Email feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org Tales from the Prepper Pantry Every Nook and Cranny in the deep freezers are stuffed, as is the fridge with things to cook (Managed to decommission the two outdoor appliances) Almost through the potatoes from the garden (had half a bushel) End of year restock is primarily complete Christmas Dinner from the pantry: Leg of lamb, roasted turnips and carrots, charcuterie and pickled things (Holler Neighbor Style) In purge mode for a last push before the end of the year - lost the crap, keep the things we use Weekly Shopping Report from Joe The first stop was Walgreen's for some vitamins. Stock was mostly good, but there was only one left of a large size of "D," so we had to choose another size in order to use their buy one get one free. Food City was next. Dry cat food was very limited, but they had a couple of 16 lb. bags of Meow Mix. They had a lot of Friskies boxed cans, so we added a box of those too. Dollar Tree was next. We found some large 9Lives cans in there for the first time in months, and grabbed a few; not all our cats like those. The frozen food coolers were really sparse and most of the drink coolers are back to being nearly empty; I think it's the worst I've seen it. The health aisle is beginning to look picked again, but most other areas looked well stocked; there were less unrefrigerated canned drinks though. Both of the two lines they had open extended back into the aisles. Same at Home Depot, which I ran in just to check the price of a 2x4x8. It's still $3.75. I did not look over any other areas, but it was fairly crowded, as spending season is at its peak. Aldi was last. We got a few extra things in case we decide to put off next week's shopping, but grocery crowds shouldn't be too bad, so we'll likely go. We found what we wanted, including heavy cream. I didn't see any notable holes, but both lettuce and grapes did not look as good as usual. Untainted regular gasoline remains at $3.999. Frugality Tip from Margo Here's a frugality tip on one of the most valuable things to me.....MY TIME (AND SANITY). For your holiday menu plan it out a month or so in advance. Gather the things you need and start cooking some things early and freeze it (and then take it out of the freezer the day before to thaw) Make sure you have all of the things you need the week before the holiday. I did not make rolls this year, I bought rolls and put them in the freezer, FYI Hawaiian rolls freeze and thaw very well. And save your sanity during the holidays and keep a stocked pantry y'all! Operation Independence The 3% checking account, emergency fund, and discipline Night Before Christmas Countdown Replay episode will not be replays - start your 2023 on the right foot. The importance of downtime. Main topic of the Show: What is my 2023 Word of the Year No year has ever been so hard as this year for finding the right word. Even last night, I knew the concept but not the word. Part of the problem is that I knew the concept I wanted but was not finding a single word to describe it. And the two word option I had was only a close fit, not the full breadth of what I wanted to focus on. What is a word of the year? Why do it? Past words: Grow (It is a choice and it is up to me) Balance (You have to want it and boundaries) Courage (The power of no. Letting go of insecurities. Sooner is better.) Then we have this year. I strove for MORE. I worked harder. I played harder. I undid every lesson I leaned in the year of balance. I GREW my businesses. I made it over a really important personal hump: Increased cash flow to where I could finally take some from the businesses. What the last five years have been like building LFTN and Holler Roast Coffee. Had to have the courage to Say no to things I was doing to earn money but that are distractions from the primary objective Address conflict head on Openly admit weaknesses Stand my ground Build personal talents from good to great Become unapologetic Where it has led - Priority on things that are important to me on the non business side like the food forest, redoing my bathroom, box seats at the symphony, hiking, relationships More opportunities of the kind I want I am singing rock n roll again Poised for fast growth The words that did not change: Step-change, 10x What it means Problem: Balance So what could I do? There is a glass ceiling that is not ok and I need to break it. It isnt due to my gender, my background, my level of education or what anyone thinks of me. It is there because of me. My mindset. My perception of what is possible. My hangups. The glass ceiling is of my own making. The worst part is this: It is glass so I can see through it. There are lots of reasons why it is there. Every one of them is an excuse. The other side of that glass ceiling looks great. I want to go there. But there is this glass ceiling that needs to be broken. And the cool thing about glass is that it will break. And 2023 is the year I break it. With whatever I can use to do so. My hands, a hammer, a rhinoceros, my head. Whatever it takes. For every word there is a flip side too: The sharp shards that will hit me as I make my way through the glass. I expect that to be there too. So my word of the year, which encompasses both the goal to move beyond my perceived constraints. The word that also prioritizes balance and priority to my spirit, body and heart. The word for 2023 is . I don't know exactly how things will go, but I am excited to start, have already started. And you will see the first steps in January This is the last non-interview podcast before the break so rather than our usual closing, I leave you with this - Make it a great break yall. GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce. Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link
Every so often in life a chance meeting with someone opens doors to for you on some level. For me if I had connected with Ellen Davis I would haven't never attended Dominic D'Agostino's first Metabolic therapy conference in 2016 and have connected with all of the researchers and practitioners of the Ketogenic diet.Ellen Davis's books and Website are required reading for all of ‘Dom' grad students. Listen in to what Ellen has to say. She's a down-to-earth ball of fire that has created perhaps the best references to anything to do with the Ketogenic diet. Loved talking with her. Here's Ellen Davis's linksHer keto information website: https://www.ketogenic-diet-resource.com/about.htmlHer books: Fight Cancer with a Ketogenic Diet, Third Edition: Using a Low-Carb, Fat-Burning Diet as Metabolic Therapy https://www.amazon.com/Fight-Cancer-Ketogenic-Diet-Third/dp/1943721033/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1527938745&sr=1-3&keywords=ellen+davis https://www.amazon.com/Ellen-Davis-M.S./e/B01IAOGFOW/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1527938745&sr=1-2-ent —————————COME SAY HI!!! ——————————Facebook Group about Keto: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ketonaturopath/OUR NEW MEMBERSHIP GROUP FOR EVERYTHING KETO Labs, Research and cooking, Implementationwww.ketonaturopathmembers.comWeekly Live Zoom Q&A Sessions and private FB groupBLOG: https://ketonaturopath.com/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ketonaturopathYouTube channelwww.youtube.com/ketonaturopathPodcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/482971/episodesOur Youtube Podcastshttps://studio.youtube.com/channel/UC6LBX8_RDaXtzF_Z02jvl0QJudi's NEW cooking channelKeto Naturopath Kitchenhttps://www.youtube.com/c/KetoNaturopathKitchen ——————————— OUR COURSE ——————— PSMF 30 day course: https://www.thebiointegrationcode.com/courses/PSMFChallenge———————— WHERE WE GET OUR WINE (an affiliate link) —————————— Dry farm wines www.dryfarmwines.com/ketonaturopath—————WHERE WE GET OUR Uric ACID FORA 6 METER ———————— https://www.fora-shop.com/ (that measures Glucose, Ketones, and Cholesterol together
This week's Relentlessly Resilient podcast continues our conversation with community leader Kari Malkovich from Woodland Hills, Utah. While part 1 of her two-part podcast series focused on her journey toward personal resilience, this week's episode centers on the community resilience in her town, as they literally fought fires in 2018 and supported one another through the flames and floods beyond. Kari continues to give hard-won advice from her experiences in emergency management, communications, and faith-filled prayer powered by action. Even though we live in challenging times, we can become Relentlessly Resilient as we lean on and learn from one another's experiences. Hosts Jennie Taylor and Michelle Scharf are no strangers to overcoming adversity; Michelle lost her husband to cancer, while Jennie's husband, Major Brent Taylor, was killed in the service of our country. Their stories bond them together, and now listeners can join them weekly as they visit with others enduring challenges and who teach us how they are exercising resiliency, finding value in their grief, and purpose in moving forward. Listen to the Relentlessly Resilient Podcast regularly on your favorite platform, at kslpodcasts.com, kslnewsradio.com, or on the KSL App. Join the Resilience conversation on Facebook at @RelentlesslyResilient and Instagram @RelentlesslyResilientPodcast. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.